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JULY 8, 1931 PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL of Fresno county are flats at the corner of Ue and Beacon streets. Giddings of Pasadena their Holly Hill Hou,se, at the easterly end of ieyer received a let- her of the death Judge J. C. Mey- O. Frederick Baker and Patti of Los Angeles, over the holidays mainland Monday. recent graduates of the Community Pasadena was Ellis a resident of Avalon. ," occupied during the ng by the Cata- Boys, is now or a summer school for Tuttle of Avalon was president of Califor- Daughters of the Angeles. She will a meeting this month. its. B. O. Kendall of Opened their summer Choice," at 368 the season. They entertain a number la and Los Angeles next two months. is sporting a delivery wag- m the very latest style make the work of the more convenient and was specially designed e Hubbard Auto Sales under the per- of Harrl- Hubbard. 'a.rker, taxidermist, left ]:a State Exposition at -Onday morning, where rrange an exhibit of ed fish. Last week nished mounting 27 aes of trout and other had been sent here by Fish and Game Corn- NTERTAINS STING VISITOR is a guest of L. the Tuna Club. Mr. of the first Ameri- ia after the change . represented Hen- as outspoken opinions to leave Russia over- s~. Mr. Mishell had five asbestos concession Lntains from the Rus- He had over 5000 and he also threw Mishell is a stu- onal politics and Hoover on the Mishell speaks Rus- also all the Balkan delivered addresses political situation all He does not be- five year plan will does think Rus- war. He says apt a political party, Mr. Mishell speaks fluently besides This is his first and he is infatuated so that he has de- s son, Robert Misell, finish his law course Southern California :rt :s an outstanding Mr. Mishell's out this fall with Paint some California had honorable men- in Paris, New York e of her pictures has Vcherever exhibited. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wix were mainland visitors Monday. David Baxter of Avalon Canyon, spent the week-enll at Balboa. Mrs. E. E. Wright of Glendora is occupying her Catalina avenue cot- tage. Tom Reed, the well known Pasa- dena mining man, spent the Fourth in Avalon. Mr. Bowen, a contractor ~nd build- er quite well known in Avalon, spent the week-end here. Mayor and Mrs. F. M. Paulsorf traveled northward on the steamship "Avalon" Monday morning. Mrs. D. W. Barr of Los Angeles arrived at Avalon Friday. Mrs. Barr plans to spend the summer here. Mrs. Geo. P. Adams was the house guest of Mrs. Matilda Murdock last week, at her Catalina avenue home. Rev. John Wood and brother, Mel- vin E., of SoUth Pasadena, spent the Fourth of July in Avalon, as has been their custom for some years. Miss F. Allien Lair of Santa Ann is a guest of Mrs. Hazel Page Everett for a few days. Miss Lair is a well known pianist in Southern California nmsical circles. Mrs. Kate F. M. Cleaves, of Holly- wood, sister of Mrs. J. D. MacLean, was an Island visitor over the week- end. She sang a pleasant solo at the Congregational Church Sunday even- ing. It seems hard to keep these old time Pasadena residents away from the "Crown City" long at a time. Monday morning we noted O. B. Kendall and J. R. Gidings both head- ing in that direction. Guests at the Sunshine Terrace home of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Renton included A. L. Ryder of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ryder of Holly- wood, and Mrs, Minnie Wentworth of San Pedro. A pleasant party sojourning in the Park View Cottage near the Greek Amphitheatre includes Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mullins of Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys; Mrs, Naomi Brown of -Pasadena, and Mrs. Fannie B. Horn of South Pasadena. Miss M. Louise Conway of Los An- geles, and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer P. Snow of Santa Ann, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hagberg of Vieudelou avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Claydon also visited the Hagbergs for a few d~ys. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cassagne of Los Angeles occupied their Sum~aer avenue cottage last week. They have rented it for a while, but expect to be back in September. Since buying this place they have made several im- provements in and about the prem- ises. l).r.and Mrs. Strathearn, accomp- aniedby their children, Jack and Jane,spent the week-end in Avalon, at the Hotel St. Catherine. Dr. S trathearn is manager of the Holly- wood Hotel at Hollywood, and also of the Catalina Hospital here in Av- alon. The cruiser "Gladiator" arrived in port Sunday afternoon with a party of .y.otmg folks from Pasadena and vtcmxty. The boat was chartered by John Shields of Pasadena, who, after leaving Avalon early Monday morn- ing cruised up the island and arrived at Wilmington harbor at about 9 o'clock. Owing to the delay in the arrival at the mainland port it was thought that the cruiser had been disabled while crossing the channel. A number of inquiries were made concerning the safety of the guests. R. C. Mankowski was among the Avalonites who traveled toward Los Angeles on the steamship "Avalon" Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. Van E. Thomp- son returned toLos Angeles Mon- day morning, after spending the week- end at their Avalon cottage. Mrs. C. D. Willard is entertaining as house guests Mrs. Pat Presuel of Hollyw6od, her daughter Miss Patsy, and Mrs. Presuel's mother, Mrs. Len- ard from New York. Mrs. M. C. Ryder of Pasadena, aged mother of Mrs. D. M. Renton, arrived in Avalon Monday of last week, to spend the surmner at the Renton home on Sunshine Terrace. She expressed pleasure at being again in Avalon. The various alterations and improve- ments at the "Gerrard Food Market- Your Home Grocer," formerly Ott's Grocery," are approaching complet- ion. They have created a revolution in the appearance of the establish- ment, both inside and outside. COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John B. Toomay, Minister Sunday Services--Church Schoo1~9:30 a.m. ; preaching services 10:30 ~a.m. and 7:00 p. m. Sermon topic Sunday morning: "Noah was Drunk." Evening subject: "Like a Tree." Mid-week meeting, Wednesday ev- ening, at 7:30. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of these services. The Christian S~icncc subject for next week was received too late to appear in its usual position. It is "Sacrament." Through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Horkey of La Canyada, the advance party at "Camp Cherry Valley," Catalina Island, Boy Scouts of America, enjoyed partaking of three boxes of oranges as a special treat. Through the mother's Auxili- ary of Troop 28, Pasadena, the first camp, attended by scouts of their troop, were provided with a water" melon feed. A special dispatch from Washing- ton to the Los Angeles Times says that the research bureau of the U. S. Shipping Bureau show that the port of Los Angeles is now in third posi- tion among the harbors of the United States in the total volume of foreign commerce handled, having passed New Orleans and Buffalo, with only New York and Baltimore leading it. It is said to be pressing Baltimore hard for second place. San Francisco is now seventh in its total volume of foreign commerce handled. Registrations at the Tuna Club in- clude Wm. C. de Mille, A. C. Brode, A. R, Martin, Carl F. Johnson, Hal F~ Roach, Judge John M. York, !~C. Mankowski, Louis S. Michelson, Har- ry J. Mallen, J. B. Winston, 'rod Ford, Win. M. Hunt, W. W. Valen- tine, Ed. R. Valentine, A. N. Macrate, R. B. Jump, H. G. Chaffee, (~laude A. Baker, James Garvey, B. O'. Kendall, D. M. Baker, Ed W. Murphy and Jonah Jones, Jr. ~: O" ----'~" Our Adlet Column helps. Try it. THE ISLANDER ADLETS A careful reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- wise you might miss. RATES--10 cents per line Piano Tuning--W. H. Kimball, pi- For Sai~--Lefavor's Place, 332 Met- ano tuner is here for few days. Leave ropole Ave. Large lot, 407x.. 120, 5-rm. orders at Islander office. 30p house on r.~ar 40, front 40x80 clear to build incomog 3 bedrooms and Lost---Platinum wrist watch, initials E. C. E. on back. Reward. Eala EJ- lingson, 1239 Seward, Ho]lywood. 30 Wanted--E,xperienced colored wo- man wants housework, cooking or nursing, by day or week. Box 1385. For Sal~---2 Crex Rugs, 8x10, 9x12; table, cupboard, buffet -- $25. 225 Sumner. 30 For Your Housecleaning, window cleaning and floor waxing call Av. 524, or write to Joseph De'Vezin, Box 321, Avalon. 3{)19 ADLETS Hemstitching -- At White House Apartments. 10tf ADLETI For Sale----National cash register ; practically new; cheap. Phone 142-W. ^DUET8 Wanted---Best buy in small bunga- low or lot. Floyd A. Hill, 27 West- minster Ave., Venice, Cal. 26-27p ADLI[T~ Colored Wonmn wants work~ E~- cellent cook. Marvelous worker. Phone 500. ADt.ITS Summer Mooring for Rent--1200 lb mooring. Rent $10.00 per month. P.O. Box 1167, Avalon. 19 ^oL~rs For SMe--Five-room furnished 'cot- tage, 323 Catalina Ave. Bargain. Mrs. M. E. Hoover, owner. Box 1084, Ava- lon, Calif. 18 ^DLETm Houses to Rent---By the month, season or year. Houses for sale. Some real bargains at the present time. Terms to suit. See Mrs. A. P. Nel- son, 121 Claressa Ave. Phone Avalon 140. 18 ADLETI Our Adlet Column helgs. Try it. 20-ft. glassed sleeping p.orch. Bearing orange; lemon, tangerine, fig, peach, apricot and plum trees; others cox-rang in. Roses, shrubbery and flowers; A ' comfortable place, furnished as is. Equity $4,000 mtge. $2,000 12 ADLI~TI~ For Cooks and Restauramt Uni- forms, cutlery and kitchen accessories, write Angelica Jacket Co., 319 So. Spring, Los Angeles. 23tf ADI.ETI SO YOU MAY K~iOW Jumbo peanuts, double jointed and double breasted, always fresh and hot, and that famous Honey Popcorn Crisp that the people talk so much about, made in Avalon, you get it of Macbeth, the Popcorn man at the Piggley Wig- gley.. If you don't trade with me, we both lose money. ADLETS For Sale----The Mathewson Cottages on Whittley Ave., through to Marilla Ave., consisting of seventeen units, completely furnished. See J. ~ Ma- thewson, owner. Phone 65. P. O. Box 1366. 23tf At~t.ETI For Rent--Five-room furnished cot- tage, 323 CataLina Ave. Three double beds. Mrs. M. E. Hoover, ownor. 18 ADI.ETS Radio ServicG~--Sick tubes or faulty connections often spoil reception. We are equipped to find your trouble in short order. Phone 61, Guion's. ll AD~T~ For Rent--Rooms and cottages by year, month or week. Mrs. W[stbrook, 217 Sumner Ave. 34tf ADLETS For Rent--Modern flats, hardwood floors, overstuffe-d living room set, tile bath, electric refrigeration, included in rent. Sleeps six persons. Apply Brown Bobble Cafe. 2ft.